Here's a look back at the top crimes stories of the year in the La Crosse area ... so far.

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Grand Dad's Bluff

How about reporting on Trump crime family?

john132

how many horrible stories that people are forced to do? I wrote recently on the website writingpaper.org on the topic of what motivates people to commit a crime. The topic of crime is complex both from the point of view of legal evaluation and also from the moral and ethical attitudes in society. Its complexity lies in the relative conventionality of the very concept of "crime", which primarily implies an offense. Conventionality is that the legal norms themselves in different epochs and countries can radically differ. So, even in our time, a criminal convicted by law and society in one country is perceived as an innocent victim by citizens of another state.

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